Since our first flight between Boston and Provincetown in 1989, Cape Air has provided year-round service to some of the most beautiful destinations in the world.


Shortly after that first flight, we expanded our service across southern New England to Hyannis, Nantucket, New Bedford, Martha’s Vineyard and Providence, RI. In 1993, we began offering flights between South Florida and the Keys and in 1998, our Caribbean route took flight. Finally, in 2004 we began service in Micronesia and added two new aircraft to our fleet, the ATR-42. These aircraft served our routes between Guam, Rota, and Saipan until the end of our Micronesia service in 2018.


Now, Cape Air operates a fleet of 83 Cessna 402s and 4 Britten-Norman Islanders, with up to 525 flights per day during high season. Last year Cape Air carried over 500,000 passengers, making us one of the largest regional airlines in the United States.


A new milestone was reached in September of 2019 when the Tecnam P2012 Traveller touched down at our Hyannis HQ to join the fleet. Equipped with the latest avionics from Garmin, the new G1000 Nxi and powered by two modern 375 HP Lycoming piston engines, the industry-changing Tecnam P2012 Traveller has been designed from the start to be a very versatile and flexible aerial platform.


Throughout the 35 cities we serve in the US and Caribbean, we are recognized for our outstanding customer service. As an employee-owned company, we pride ourselves on the simple mantra that encourages MOCHA HAGoTDI. It means to Make our Customers Happy and Have a Good Time Doing It.












Dan Wolf
Founder and CEO
Linda Markham
President and CAO

Linda Markham is the President and Chief Administrative Officer of Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines, a position she has held since March 2013. 


Linda is the former Chair of the Regional Airline Association, the first female to serve in that role in the organization’s 40-year history, and a board member of Women in Aviation, a nonprofit organization that encourages the advancement of women in all aviation career fields and interests. Read more...

Dan Wolf founded Cape Air in 1989 with one route between Boston and Provincetown, eight employees and a first-year total of just 8,000 passengers. Today, Cape Air, along with sister airline Nantucket Airlines, is the largest commuter airline in the United States. Dan continues to stay current with his Air Transport Pilot license and flies as a pilot for Cape Air on weekends when his schedule permits.​ Dan was elected in November 2010, 2012 and 2014, respectively, to represent Cape Cod and the Islands in the Massachusetts State Senate, where he served from 2011 through 2016. Read more...